Get A Great Deal On Flights To Bermuda
Golfers, yachters, beach seekers and lovers of luxury have been flocking to Bermuda for decades. The fishhook-shaped archipelago is barely Caribbean at all, though, languishing out in the azure Sargasso Sea more than 1,000 miles away from Cuba. However, it certainly still looks the part. Pink-sanded coves like Horseshoe Bay and Warwick Long Bay fringe the coast, jutting out from pockets of sabal trees and rock-ribbed headlands. The historic town of St. George’s comes with whitewashed cottages and 17th-century parish churches that would look right at home in Cornwall. Play around of golf at the islands many golf courses, visit the caves and explore shipwrecks underwater. Flights to Bermuda are your ticket to this off-beat island in the Atlantic Ocean, where beach days merge with history lessons, romance flows in secluded coves and rich colonial heritage awaits.
Things You Need To Know About Flights To Bermuda
All the way out in the sloshing Sargasso Sea, Bermuda might not be the easiest of places to get to – there’s not the same abundance of flights to Bermuda as there are to the most popular Caribbean destinations, for example. However, that’s precisely what nurtures the island’s exclusive, luxury vibe, and there’s still a chance you’ll find direct Bermuda flights from major London airports. Touching down in Bermuda brings you to the L.F. Wade International Airport. It’s the sole gateway to the archipelago, sat right at its the north-eastern tip in the parish of St. George’s Flights to Bermuda typically six to seven hours.
UK passport holders won’t need a visa to enter Bermuda. A pass of 90 days is usually stamped on arrival. However, it’s important to book your accomodation and have at least six months’ validity on your travel document. A number of Bermuda hotels will offer transfers straight to your suite from the arrivals hall, but there’s also car hire outlets that can get you on the road in a jiffy.
When To Go To Bermuda
Being so far north of the Caribbean, Bermuda flips the usual season routine. The most popular season here is during the British summer, starting with Bermuda Day in late May and running all the way to September. The weather is at its finest then, which means temperatures that hover pleasantly around the high 20s and plenty of sunshine to boot. Storms often pass through the Atlantic Hurricane Belt to the north and south of Bermuda between August and September, but actually rarely hit the island itself. Instead, they bring strong breezes and larger swells to the beaches. The winter runs from November to March and sees temperatures drop to the lower 20’s. Coming then means some great deals on cheap flights to Bermuda, fewer crowds, but also the possibility of chilly evenings and mornings.
How To Get A Cheap Flight To Bermuda
Typically September is the cheapest month for Bermuda flights. Midweek departures tend to be the most wallet friendly of all – and the perfect way to escape hump day with a bout of Bermudan pink sand and aquamarine sea. Meanwhile, booking your accommodation and flights in a bundle with SN Travel can often unlock lower rates.
3 Things Not To Miss In Bermuda
- George’s – the parish town at the eastern end of Bermuda is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famed as one of the oldest English settlements in the Caribbean. Be ready for whitewashed cottages and charming churches.
- Horseshoe Bay – the stuff of legends among beach lovers, Horseshoe Bay has pink-tinged sands and a frame of rugged, rocky headlands.
- Royal Naval Dockyard – 300 years of military history coalesces between the cannon-studded bulwarks and naval barracks of this intriguing site, telling tales of battles with Spanish galleons and Revolutionary War skirmishes.
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